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How do I make ringtones?

Hi there friends! These days, many users keep asking me about how to create ringtones from audio files like MP3, WMA, WAV, etc.
Maybe you are one of the users who are still confused. In this tutorial, I will teach you step by step to make ringtones.

The only two things you'll need:

Now, let's get started.

Step 1. Download and run Ringtone Maker

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Double-click the icon to launch the program.

Step 2. Add audio

Use "Load from file" or "Load from CD" to input audio file.

Tip: If you want to directly load a track from an audio CD, you should insert the disc before clicking "Load from CD"; if you insert the CD after clicking "Load from CD", you may click "Refresh" in the pop-up window; if you still can't find any disc in the drive list, just restart the program.

Add Audio

Step 3. Edit selection

Select a part to edit with basic editing functions (cut, copy, paste, etc.) and audio effects as needed.

Tip: If you do not select any part, some inactivated buttons will be in color grey and the corresponding features are unavailable; some audio effect will be directly applied to the whole waveform.


Step 4. Cut audio

Choose output folder, output format and output quality adjustment (click "Settings" for detailed parameters & presets). Then, click "Save Now" and wait until the process is finished.

Tip: If you are a preliminary user, the presets applied by easily dragging the slider would be very convenient and works for most situations; if you are familiar with the audio parameters and want to get some PRO quality, suit yourself and adjust the numbers.


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